Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by JD, Apr 29, 2018.
I want another Downey/Law Sherlock Holmes movie.
Demolition Man 2: The Secret of the Seashells.
I thought they were doing a third one?
Secret?! What, you don't know how to use them?
Wish we had gotten "Spaceballs 3: The Quest for the Lost Sequel", but with Candy gone and Moranis unwilling to come out of retirement, there's no chance it could be done adequately.
What about Spaceballs: The Next Generation? Or Spaceballs: Far Space 8?
As did I. What I had heard was that as soon as his Marvel contract is up and RDJ has more time available, that they were going to finish the trilogy.
The final shots of Arnold's two Conan the Barbarian showed old king Conan on his throne, and I think there was talk of someday doing a King Conan film when Arnold was older.
Well?? Come on, let's do it!!
I keep seeing little hints and rumors online, but no actual movie so far!
And the spin-off film, "She Sells Seashells by the Sea Shore" -- about the illegal seashell black market.
RDJ also has a remake of Doctor Doolittle coming up.
I could definitely go for that!
And a Perry Mason television series for HBO. That's a passion project for RDJ; he's been trying to get it off the ground for the better part of a decade, either as a film or a television series.
There is (or will be) now: https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/h...es-3-sets-christmas-2020-release-date-1109332
More than “might” apparently! https://www.google.co.uk/amp/deadli...r-bill-and-ted-face-the-music-1202384903/amp/
Wow, that's two movies off this list in 24 hours.
Dang, can never find my air guitar when I need it.
Tim Burton's Dark Shadows. The cast was great from top to bottom, and the revelation that Dr. Hoffman had become a vampire was a perfect 'hook' for additional storytelling.
More specifically it was like Star Trek II. I couldn't believe they were ripping off the plot of one of my favorite movies.
So where in star trek ii did they chase an enemy for months against orders, deal with major discipline issues, stop at an unexplored planet to study animals and then defeat the bad guy by pretending to be a civilian ship (and then have to go right back to chasing him because he only tricked them into thinking he was dead)? Outside of the general naval style, the two filmls have nothing in common.
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